The deep roots of the clover penetrated the soil, that no plow ever touched.
The flat fields glowed with rich crops of grain, roots, and clover.
They were irrigated, and had been sown and re-sown with timothy grass and clover.
And he lies down on his back in a field of clover, and stares up at the sky.
Hence his crop “rotation,” his succession of wheat to clover, of grass to both.
The standard rotation of crops is tobacco, wheat, clover, tobacco.
Among those in common use are clover, rose and the nasturtium.
The next morning the bread and butter will have the flavor of clover.
We must hurry, else the does will have left the leverets and gone to feed in the clover.
Look at yonder wheat: see that clover, and the meadow beyond it.